Japanese games manufacturer Nintendo is to cease production of its Wii console in Japan. The low-brow motion capture console sold over 100 million units since its introduction in 2006.
While many people argue that Korean film funding is now more cautious and professional, two big companies did make very large bets this year - only one paid off in a big way.
New faces behind the films and fresh stories on the screen have reinvigorated the Korean film business.
Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster" topped the nominations list for the Golden Horse Awards, the Taiwanese prizes for best Chinese-language cinema.
It's fitting that HBO Asia's first original series is a reflection of the region itself, featuring a story that walks a multicultural line, careful not to offend while at the same time relevant and…
Universal Pictures' "Unbroken," which marks Angelina Jolie's second outing as director, becomes the latest 'runaway production' to lense in Australia.
NASDAQ-listed Chinese studio Bona Film Group has picked up a $20.8 million investment from diversified Chinese conglomerate Fosun Group.
Two of Taiwan's biggest film titles for 2014 will make their market debuts in Busan next week, having been picked up by new sales company Ablaze Image.
"Like Father, Like Son," the Japanese child swap drama that premiered in competition in Cannes has been licensed by DreamWorks SKG for English-language remake.
"American Dreams In China" and its director Peter Chan Ho-sun were the big winners at China's Golden Rooster Awards this weekend.
HONG KONG — Bill Mechanic's long-gestating fantasy film "The Moon And The Sun" is finally set to start shooting from April 2014 in Australia. The $40 million picture will be directed by Sean McNamara…